As the holy month of Ramadan came to an end, Muslims around
the world prepared to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, a festival of joy, unity, and
giving. For many Muslim employees, this is a time to reconnect with family and
friends and share the spirit of Eid with loved ones. In recognition of this
important holiday, AMT chose to give Eid presents to their employees as a way
of celebrating diversity and promoting a sense of community in the workplace.
AMT’s management decided to gift Eid Jora’s (Dresses) along
with an Eid Card and Eidi to their employees. The CEO, Engr. Taimur Shah
himself gifted these to all his employees. Men were gifted Khaddar Suits from
the renowned Kamalia Khaddar. Women were gifted gorgeous lawn suits from one of
the most notable brand in Pakistan, Bonanza.
Giving Eid presents to employees is not only a way to show
appreciation and gratitude for their hard work, but also a way to recognize and
respect their religious beliefs and traditions. By sharing in the spirit of
Eid, employers can create a more inclusive and welcoming workplace where
employees feel valued and supported. Actions like this reflect the care of
employees and the organization’s culture.
When considering giving Eid gifts to employees, it is
important to be mindful of the cultural traditions and customs associated with
the holiday. One way to give Eid gifts to employees is to provide a small gift
or token of appreciation, such as a gift card or a personalized note along with
an object that aids their daily usage. This helps employees feel valued and
recognized for their hard work and contributions to the company. Traditional
gifts are a meaningful way to connect with employees and show respect for their
An organization should take up all opportunities that they
get to appreciate their employees. Respect
and Care are the basic rights of all individuals. We here at AMT have
always believed that employees are the
foundation of any workplace. It is said, "The happier the employee, the
stronger the company is".